CPD Podcast: County Court or VCAT? New Jurisdictional Implications for Domestic Building Disputes

County Court or VCAT? New Jurisdictional Implications for Domestic Building Disputes, S3 Episode 12 of Think Foley's is now live and available for download!

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Jennika Anthony-Shaw and Julian Lynch discusses the new jurisdictional implications for domestic building disputes following the case of Uber Builders and Developers Pty Ltd v MIFA Pty Ltd & Anor VCC 1677.

First, they examine the key legislation and pre-existing systems in place to deal with domestic building disputes and look into the important cases leading up to Uber. Then, they review the Uber judgement and discuss some of its important implications.

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